Should the anxiously self-employed be considered entrepreneurs?

06/3/2010 | Christian Science Monitor, The

The recent growth in entrepreneurs includes many of the desperately self-employed who were subject to mass layoffs during the recession, writes Robert Reich. "Many entities that look like small new businesses are actually self-employed people who need more than bank loans. They need predictable income and benefits," he writes. Reich also writes that they need help saving, and argues for tax credits that would help offset the loss of 401(k) plans.

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